Key Industries

Tasmanian Business Events Attraction Fund 

The Tasmanian Government and Business Events Tasmania are dedicated to supporting business events that will have long lasting benefits to the state. The Tasmanian Business Events Attraction Fund (BEAF) allows Business Events Tasmania to offer financial support at the critical bidding stage, to help secure strategic national and international conferences.

Through Tasmania’s Business Events Attraction Fund, we are offering both delegate boosting support and business event sponsorship. Based on the return on investment the event brings to Tasmania, delegate boosting support can equate to up to $150 per delegate.

Applications for funding are looked at on a case-by-case basis, and funding is provided based on the proposed economic return to Tasmania.

An event’s suitability for support will be assessed against a number of criteria including:

  • how it relates to a key Tasmanian trade or business sector;
  • its ability to drive visitation to the state;
  • the extent to which it supports regional yield and dispersal; and
  • its potential to leave a legacy in the state.

Contact us to find out your events suitability.

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Key Industries 

The island state is host to a range of global leaders across a number of key industry sectors that play a vital role in our business event industry. Business Events Tasmania is committed to business events that recognise the key industries and competitive advantages that exist in Tasmania.

Our Ambassador Program offers a network of local and national leaders to champion the state and work with us in identifying and securing events in their field.

So if you are looking for speakers or panel members for your conference, or would like to arrange industry-specific visits — with our network of industry contacts, we can help you connect.

 

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Tasmania’s key industry sectors include:

Advanced manufacturing

Antarctic and Southern Ocean

Building and construction

Cultural and tourism industry

Defence

Food and agribusiness

Forestry and related industries

Information, communication and technology

International education

Mining and mineral processing

Renewable energy

Science research, including medical research